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  • Geoff, well done chap. Your images are always amazing ;)

  • This is really helpful. Thanks. Somewhat related question – do you have any idea on what it takes to be a LinkedIn influencer?

  • Thanks! Great advice. Think I’m ready to have a crack at my first Linkedin Pulse post!

  • Thank you for these great tips, I’m ready to do my first Pulse post.

  • Hi Geoff, you post provides a lot of helpful details to empower the reader to succeed with writing for LinkedIn Pulse. The best tidbits to me are including images every 3 to 5 paragraphs and keeping the content length between 500 and 1000 words (which I’d stick to a flat 700). I must say, however, that you ended rather abruptly. I was ready to read more – at least a conclusion – but found only the comments section when I continued to scroll. Perhaps my craving more is a symptom of having read valuable content…

  • Writing article for our LinkedIn profile isn’t easy at all. LinkedIn is a great platforms to stay connected with our targeted community. At first, we write few lines about ourselves as the pretext. Then, we may write our educational qualification. Next, we may add our profession and our goal. We may also get help from writing companies like 123writings com. We may write few lines regarding on our business ethics.We should add our proper address, phone number, blog, skype and so on. The usages of proper tag in the post are very important. Otherwise, no audience can find out our post. Here you have shared all the essential matter for LinkedIn pulse article. It might help the professional to optimize their profiles.Thank you for sharing.

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